Our application deadline for Fall of 2013 is August 1st.
The primary objective of the MPA Program is to provide professional training in public and non-profit administration. The curriculum emphasizes the development of administrative and analytical skills. Students develop mastery through applied techniques and administrative exercises appropriate to the management of government, nonprofit, and arts-related organizations.
MPA students have the option to concentrate their studies in several specialized areas:
Certificates are available to students wanting specialized training within Non-Profit Management, Urban Management & Policy, Arts Administration, Emergency Management and Public Finance; but not necessarily interested in pursuing a Masters degree.
The MPA Program is accredited by the National Association of Schools of Public Affairs and Administration (NASPAA).
Be sure to check out this story on MPA Alum, Shelley Clayton, featured in Campus News: Faces - Shelley Clayton.
MPAD 6187 Spring 2013 Report: Establishing a Model City for Individuals with Disabilities
Gerald G. Fox Master of Public Administration Video
2012 Alumni Awards Video - Curt Walton